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Wednesday, August 10, 2022
SILVER JUBILEE OF WIPS FORMATION DAY CELEBRATED AT VISAKHAPATNAM STEEL PLANT Addressing the women employees of RINL, Sri Atul Bhatt, CMD, RINL-VSP in his address, lauded the exceptional contribution by the women fraternity of RINL in turning around the company after six years of making losses.” I am very happy to note that Women in Public Sector (WIPS) of RINL, which was established in 1997 has completed 25 long and successful years and is celebrating silver Jubilee this year”, Sri Atul Bhatt said. He congratulated all the women employees of RINL on this special occasion and appreciated them for their active role in improving the awareness on the role of women in the society. Sri Atul Bhatt congratulated Ms.PV Sindhu, for bagging the prestigious gold at the Commonwealth Games in Badminton women’ singles competition and said that it is matter of pride for entire RINL family that Ms. PV Sindhu is the brand ambassador of RINL. Sri Atul Bhatt complimented Ms. Sheela Priyadarsini, Chief General Manager & head of the department -Materials Management, RINL for efficiently handling the extremely complex supply chain management of steel plant. “It is heartening to note that more number of women are joining RINL and it is a matter of pride to note that women are increasingly and gradually seen marching into domains which were once reserved only for men like the armed forces.I would like to compliment WIPS of RINL for their active role in improving the awareness about the role of women in society and the various programmes they undertake for this cause.”, Sri Atul Bhatt added. Sri Atul Bhatt thanked Dr. Gitanjali Batmanabane for her gracious presence and said that her presence and message will certainly inspire the women participants to scale greater height in professional life. The Guest of honour, Dr Gitanjali Batmanabane, Pro-Vice Chancellor, GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research(GIMSR) highlighted the need for women to develop the culture of courage to encounter the difficulties being faced in the society for success in their life. She said that India is known for youngest population and next gen women would play a dominant role in variety of fields. Dr. Gitanjali Batmanabane, Sri Atul Bhatt and Directors of RINL felicitated some of the women employees of RINL and also gave prizes to winners of various competitions held on the occasion. Shri DK Mohanty, Director (Commercial), RINL, Shri KK Ghosh, Director (Projects), RINL, Shri AK Saxena, Director (Operations), RINL, Shri. KV Nagi Reddy, Chief Vigilance Officer, Smt. Nupur Bhatt, President, Visteel Mahila Samiti, Shri Attar Mohammed Haneef, Commandant, CISF, K.Srinivasa Rao, CGM(HR) & President, WIPS-RINL, Ms. Kumari S Chandrawati, Coordinator, WIPS-RINL, Office Bearers and Members of WIPS, CGMs, heads of departments, Senior Officers, members from various trade unions, representatives of Steel Executive Association, SC, ST & OBC associations also participated in the celebrations.
WALTAIR DIVISION ORGANISES SPECIAL INTENSIVE CLEANLINESS DRIVES With the motto of keeping the railway premises clean and hygienic, the Environment and Health Management wing of Waltair Division organizing special intensive cleanliness drives. The cleanliness drives are being conducted at various stations, trains and offices of Waltair Division under the guidance of Divisional Railway Manager, Waltair Shri Anup Satpathy. As a part of this drive, focus was given on cleanliness drives at stations, colonies, trains, work sites, edges of platforms, station approaches, yards etc. and with special attention to collect plastic waste. Adequate dust bins have been provided at the stations, railway colonies for easy segregation of garbage. Single use plastic is banned at railway premises and awareness drives are also conducted to propagate the message. Anti-littering drives intensified over the Division. DRM Shri Anup Satpathy said that concerted efforts are made to provide swachch parisar to the rail customers and it is the duty of every passenger, rail user and the public to maintain the hygiene. Penalties are being imposed on the violators of cleanliness and those who carry plastic bags in railway premises.
VIZAG GIRL ACHIEVED 100 PER CENT MARKS IN CBSE Niharika Kappagantula, a class X student of Presidential School, Visakhapatnam, secured 500/500 in the recently released CBSE class 10 examination results. Founder and president of the school, DS Anand, secretary I Anand and other staff members congratulated Niharika on her achievement. She is the only student from Andhra Pradesh to achieve 100 per cent marks in the class 10 results.